|Company||Title||Summary||Date From||Date To||Current|
|The University of Texas at Arlington||Clinical Assistant Professor||2020-01-01||Yes|
|University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences||Contributing Faculty||2019-05-01||Yes|
|George Mason University||Online Adjunct Instructor||College of Education and Human Development
Department of Exercise, Fitness & Health Promotion||2019-01-01||2020-08-01||No|
|Childrens Health Andrews Institute||Program Manager, Sports Science/ Athletic Trainer||2018-09-01||2020-01-01||No|
|Baylor Scott & White Sports Therapy & Research at The Star||Elite Pratitioner/ Director of Performance Healthcare||Work with Senior Management to develop and coordinate all performance healthcare education initiatives including Residencies, Continuing Education seminars and sessions, workshops, and training for medical professionals and the local community
Directs the needs assessment strategy for educational programming, to include monitoring the performance healthcare environment; collecting data on cognitive and psychomotor expertise; surveying members to determine their educational needs.
Develop and organize CME courses according to best educational practices
Develop the product portfolio, to include researching new business and product opportunities.
Evaluate and identify appropriate technology platforms for delivering the company services.
Recruit, train and mentor medical professionals including Athletic Trainers and Performance Coaches
Design, oversee and coordinate a comprehensive injury risk management performance healthcare program for Frisco ISD reaching 16,500 high school students in addition to supervision of Athletic Trainers’
Serve as an Elite Practitioner in collaboration with a performance healthcare team to provide movement assessments and programming to increase movement, optimize performance, enhance recovery and decrease pain for individuals of all ages
Performance Healthcare Consultant for the Dallas Mavericks.
Serve as content expert for Sport Science initiatives and programs.
Work in a collaborative environment to identify and develop services, staffing, and other facility operations for a 57k sq. ft. Sports Performance Center.||2016-10-01||2018-09-01||No|
|Fusionetics||Consulting Practitioner||Travel exclusively with elite athletes.
Responsible for implementing Performance Healthcare techniques within the parameters of the Fusionetics, LLC platform to decrease injury, increase movement, increase performance and enhance recovery of elite athletes.
Perform daily, weekly and monthly human movement assessments to identify movement inefficiency’s and muscular restrictions.||2016-05-01||2016-09-01||No|
|Phoenix Suns||Performance & Recovery Specialist/ Asst. Athletic Trainer||Responsible for development of an education program and necessary materials to inform and educate athletes on the athletic performance optimization and recovery process and the importance as it relates to their health, performance and the Team’s goals.
Implement, analyze, and manage athlete assessments and evaluations in areas of modalities, technologies, techniques, data, and information as it relates to players’ human movement, performance and recovery.
Develop, implement, and monitor programming specific to injury prevention, performance, and recovery based on athlete assessment and evaluation data and information capture and reporting capabilities for in-season and off-season athlete care.
Coordinate and assist in the capture and analysis of data and information gathered from assessments, programs and modalities to generate a reporting mechanism for staff, coaches, and management. Consult on the development and implementation of the Phoenix Suns Performance &
Recovery Lab including new technologies and systems for program improvements including data collection, reporting, communications, etc. across the appropriate divisions of the Company.
Consult, address, and implement best practices in the design and implementation of a performance and recovery program within the current structure of the Team’s athletic care.
Conduct neuromuscular stretching and corrective exercises prior to practices and games as well as utilizing post-game and post-practice performance and recovery modalities.
Identify and train certain personnel for integration into the team’s sports medicine, strength and conditioning, and/or performance and recovery program to meet the Team’s goals.||2013-09-01||2016-05-01||No|
|Washington Health System Wilfred R. Cameron Wellness Center||Sports Medicine Coordinator||Work in conjunction with the Director of Orthopedics and Neurosciences to establish policy and procedures for the sports medicine outreach program.
Coordinate and participate in community events and presentations.
Coordinate all relevant clinics i.e. injury clinic, coaches clinic, etc.
Lead in developing all educational material.
Work in conjunction with planning and marketing to create all marketing print materials for Sports Medicine.
Work in conjunction with the Medical Director of Sports Medicine to establish and review the standing orders document to manage the practice of the licensed athletic trainers maintaining compliance with all state and federal mandates.
Oversee the function of all licensed athletic trainers including day to day activities, schedule management, payroll, performance appraisals as well as tasks to remain in compliance with the Human Resources and the Service Excellence departments.
Participate in management initiatives, Leadership Development Institute workshops, LEM goals, LEAN initiatives, Patient-Family Centered Care initiatives.
Oversee and responsible for an operating budget of $120,000||2012-11-01||2013-06-01||No|
|Slippery Rock University||Instructor/Athletic Trainer||CAATE Accredited Program
Teaching responsibilities include undergraduate courses
Co-faculty advisor: Athletic Training Student Club
Served as a reviewer for the Curriculum Change process
Licensed Athletic Trainer: Division II Football, Cross Country, Track & Field, Men’s and Women’s Basketball, Women’s Tennis
Updated and revised the Memorandum of Understanding between Athletic Training and Athletics
Assisted with the revision of the Written Physician Protocol
Advised coaches and created corrective exercise, flexibility and injury prevention programs through manual therapy for student-athletes
Developed the Team Physician “Request For Proposal” for 2013-2016
Created and revised rough drafts for Head Athletic Trainer and Assistant Athletic Trainer job descriptions
Supervised and scheduled (2) Graduate Athletic Training Assistants||2012-08-01||2013-05-01||No|
|California University of Pennsylvania||Instructor/Athletic Trainer||CAATE Accredited Program
Teaching responsibilities include undergraduate/graduate courses
Graduate athletic training thesis committee member
Faculty advisor: Athletic Training Student Club
Academic advisor: Department of Athletic Training
Licensed Athletic Trainer Women’s Division II Volleyball, Track & Field/Cross Country/Tennis
Comprehensive health care to student-athletes including injury prevention, health and wellness, injury assessment, injury management, rehabilitation and administrative duties
Coordinated pre-participation examinations and orthopedic screenings to determine participation status
Implemented injury prevention programs including Kinetic Chain Dysfunction evaluations; Organized and coordinated on-campus physician clinic with three team physicians (physiatrist, orthopedic surgeon and practice fellow)
Implemented and trained staff on Electronic Medical Record System
Supervised and mentored twelve Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainers; supervised Athletic Training Students||2010-08-01||2012-08-01||No|